UPDATE: Worst of storm over in Niagara
Some good news on the late winter storm that has dumped lots of snow on Niagara.
Environment Canada Meteorologist Mark Schuster tells CKTB's Larry Fedoruk that the worst of the stubborn system has passed Niagara, but the region remains under a Winter Storm Warning.
Schuster says we will still receive 5-10 cm of snow tonight and overnight.
He says light snow will end Wednesday morning.
Schuster says the morning drive could be impacted by blowing snow.
Schuster says it's hard to say how much snow Niagara has received so far but it looks like total snowfall accumulations will range between 20 and 40 cm.
There are a number of closures in Niagara, to see a list of closures click here.
Larry talks with Hockey Canada about the selection camp at the Meridian Centre and about the upcoming tournament.
Larry speaks with the physics and astronomy prof. about this latest directive.